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Advanced Diploma in Accounting

The Advanced Diploma in Accounting are taught in English or Chinese,registered as two courses with the same structure.

Advanced Diploma in Accounting and Advanced Diploma in Accounting (Chinese)


Advanced Diploma in Accounting


Entry Requirements (English-taught)

*above 18 years old


*GCE A Level Passed one subject;

OR A Diploma in any field;

OR An equivalent qualification.


Language Requirements: Pass the English Language Test;

OR hold a Certificate in English Level 3;

OR Other equivalent qualification;


Entry Requirements(Chinese-taught)

*above 18 years old


*GCE A Level Passed one subject;

OR A Diploma in any field;

OR equivalent qualification


*Chinese Language requirements: A Pass in GCE ‘O’ Level Chinese

OR recognized Diploma in Business field taught in Mandarin;


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8 months(part time)



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Graduation Requirements:

students must pass all four subjects so they can graduate;

Mode of Assessment:

written examination;
Teacher Students Ratio 1: <12


School Fee

Please Refer to the Fee Table


Mode of Teaching:

face-to-face Classroom teaching


Certificate awarded by:

Windsor Management College


Teaching Language:

English Language or Chinese language; students may choose one of the medium language according their language skills.


1. Business Statistics

– This unit provides a better appreciation of statistics with the application of probability into hypotheses testing. This also includes topics like sampling distribution, confidence interval, simple correlation, regression analysis, etc.

2. Business Law

– This unit covers the basic concepts of the legal system in Singapore. It will discuss about the different components of business law including company law, contract law, agency law, and intellectual property law.

3. Financial Accounting

– This unit aims to enable students to understand financial accounting information deriving from all sources and acquire the ability to prepare accounting statements and data in accordance with basic accounting conventions and current accounting practice.

4. Cost Accounting

– This module aims to develop students’ understanding of the advanced aspects of the processing of cost accounting information, how this can be used for the purposes of short-term planning, control and decision making within business organisations and the ability to apply these in business settings.